Bypassing definition

Bypassing means unmetered service that flows through a device connected between a service line and customer-owned facilities.
Bypassing or “tampering” means the attempted or successful circumvention of the proper functioning of an IID including, but not limited to, the push start of a vehicle equipped with an IID, disabling, disconnecting or altering an IID, or introduction of a breath sample into an IID other than a nonfiltered direct breath sample from the driver of the vehicle in order to defeat the intended purpose of the IID.
Bypassing means the act of attaching, connecting, or in any manner affixing any wire, cord, socket, motor or other instrument, device, or contrivance to the utility supply system or any part thereof in a manner as to transmit, supply, or use any utility service without passing through an authorized meter for measuring or registering the amount of utility service.

Examples of Bypassing in a sentence

  • Except as provided in permit conditions on "Bypassing" and "Upsets", nothing in this permit shall be construed to relieve the permittee from civil or criminal penalties for noncompliance.

  • Except as provided in permit conditions on "Bypassing" Part II, Section B, Paragraph B-3, nothing in this permit shall be construed to relieve the permittee from civil or criminal penalties for noncompliance.

  • Bypassing or attempting to circumvent network security, virus protection, network filtering, or policies.

  • Bypassing Not Exceeding Permit Limitations - The permittee may allow a bypass to occur which does not cause effluent limitations to be exceeded, but only if it also is for essential maintenance to assure efficient operation.

  • Pumping and Bypassing: When pumping and bypassing is required the Contractor shall supply the pumps, conduits and other equipment to divert the flow of sewage around the manhole section in which work is to be performed.

  • Except as provided in permit conditions on "Bypassing" (Part 4.4), and "Upsets" (Part 4.5), nothing in this permit shall be construed to relieve the permittee from civil or criminal penalties for noncompliance.

  • Bypassing the Fort Payne City Schools’ Web filter through a web proxy.

  • Bypassing the primary emission point(s) for processing is prohibited.

  • Bypassing of sanitary waste to storm drainage facilities is not allowed.

  • Bypassing (i.e., deferring the funding of) a project to a future fiscal year if all requirements (including commitment to and compliance with the project document submittal schedule) of the CWSRF are not satisfied on schedule.


More Definitions of Bypassing

Bypassing means the act of attaching, connecting, or otherwise affixing a wire, cord, socket, pipe, hose, motor, or other instrument or device to utility or customer-owned facilities or equipment so that service provided by the utility is transmitted, supplied, or used without passing through a meter authorized by the utility for measuring or registering the amount of service provided.
Bypassing means driving besides stopped or parked vehicle or other object located on the traffic lane on which the vehicle is moving;
Bypassing means to reroute existing wastewater flow to allow for new installation, repair or replacement of a wastewater line. Categorical industrial user (CIU) or categorical standards means an existing or new industrial user in specific industrial sub-categories that have been established by the Federal Environmental Protection Agency under appropriate subparts of 40 CFR and the standards passed by the United States Congress to control water pollution by specific industries. Citation means a formal written document given to a non-compliant user, wherein monetary fines, specific corrective actions, or a combination of both monetary fines and specific corrective actions are imposed against the non-compliant user.

Related to Bypassing

  • Bypass means the intentional diversion of waste streams from any portion of the treatment facility. "Summer" shall be considered to be the period from May 1 through October 31.

  • Path means the Port Authority Trans-Hudson Corporation.

  • Signal means any transmission of radio frequency energy or of optical information.

  • Slash means all debris created on the Work area by the precommercial thinning operation.

  • Drainage area means a geographic area within which stormwater, sediments, or dissolved materials drain to a particular receiving waterbody or to a particular point along a receiving waterbody.

  • water meter means any apparatus for measuring or showing the volume of water supplied to, or of effluent discharged from any premises;

  • Propagation means the reproduction of Medical Marijuana plants by seeds, cuttings or grafting.

  • FedRAMP means the Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program (see www.fedramp.gov), which is an assessment and authorization process that federal government agencies have been directed to use to ensure security is in place when accessing Cloud computing products and services.

  • Central Office Switch means a switch used to provide Telecommunications Services, including, but not limited to:

  • Hacking means unauthorised access to any computer or other equipment or component or system or item which processes, stores, transmits or retrieves data.

  • Interoperability means the ability of a CenturyLink OSS Function to process seamlessly (i.e., without any manual intervention) business transactions with CLEC's OSS application, and vice versa, by means of secure exchange of transaction data models that use data fields and usage rules that can be received and processed by the other Party to achieve the intended OSS Function and related response. (See also Electronic Bonding.)

  • Outages means the planned unavailability of transmission and/or generation facilities dispatched by PJM or the NYISO, as described in Section 35.9 of this Agreement.

  • Infiltration means water other than wastewater that enters a sewer system (including sewer system and foundation drains) from the ground through such means as defective pipes, pipe joints, connections, or manholes. Infiltration does not include, and is distinguished from, inflow.

  • Drainage system means one or more artificial ditches, tile drains or similar devices which collect surface runoff or groundwater and convey it to a point of discharge.

  • Disconnection means a deactivation of connection assets that results in cessation of distribution services to a consumer;

  • Erosion means the detachment and movement of soil or rock fragments by water, wind, ice, or gravity.

  • Downtime means a period of time during which production system processing for the Cloud Service has stopped and your users are unable to use all aspects of the Cloud Service for which they have permissions. Downtime does not include the period of time when the Cloud Service is not available because of: